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Founded shortly after the end of the war in Innsbruck existed a Hungarian high 
school ("Bealgymnasiusi") attended by a snail number of students and directed by 
hungarian teachers, partly unsalaried. It i/as obvious that this institute should 
be completed after the defeat of the hungarian revolt; in autumn 1957 the school 
reached its maximum with 330 students. The upper classes were attended most, a 
symptom which could be remarked in every of the five hungarian high schools in 
Austria. Other two of those five schools were established in Tyrol: one founded 
by the norwegian relief organizations at Wiesenhof near Solbad Hall, the other 
in the district of Koutte, where a building was maid available by the Institut 
Francais in Innsbruck, The high school in Gran was closed already in summer 
1957 ( the same a preparatory course for final cxamininations established by 
the Caritaa of Vienna in Unterdollach, province of Carinthia), that one at Wie— 
senhof in summer 1S58. The students who bad not yet finished high school educa- 
tion in s\immer 1950 finish their studies for the most part in Isolsberg, pro- 
vince of Carinthia. The hungarian high school in Iselaberg was established and 
directed by dutch relief organization while the last of the hungarian high 
schools in Austria, that in Hammer-Attersee (Province of Oberbsterreich) was 
managed by an association under the direction of the Caritas of the Diocese of 
Linz, This high school also was closed in summer 1953; the remaining students 
were taken over by the high schools yet existing in Innsbruck and Iselsberg, 

The reason why this report goes beyond the borders of Tyrol is that each of the 
five hungarian high schools in Austria was joint closely together in a working 
community, the direction of which was entrusted to the Ungarisch-Osterreichi— 
scher Kultur-und Schulvorein (the Austro-Kungarian Culture and School Associa- 
tion) in Innsbruck. Special explanation to this Association which in this cr.pa— 
city and owing to its further activity holds a key position in cultural and so- 
cial refugee assistance will be dedicated later on, 

Thf ^stion of the right to exist and the expediency of the hungarian high 
sc was much discussed; many people believed that with regard to a quick 
inr^i ation into the conditions of existence of the guest country an admission 
to austrian high schools should be preferred. The ruling conditions however 
allowed no other way tha& that one which was chosen formerly, that is the fur- 
ther maintenance of high schools until the greater part of the hungarian stu- 
dents was to finish their secondary education. To the austrian high schools on- 
ly very small groups could be admitted; in this way a distribution of the hun- 
garian students attending actually the two hungarian high schools in Austria to 
perhaps twenty high school towns would be necessary. Since the majority of the 
older students are free livers, lodgings for them in all these towns should be 
provided which presumably could be realized only in colleges either not yet 
existing or overcrowded by austrian students. However, the financial means ne- 
cessary for this purpose would exceed those required actually for lodging in 
single centers. Besides the directions of austrian high schools admit hungarian 
students only under certain reservatAfflots. The majority of the students treated 
°f belongs to upper classes. Moreover the austrian high schools suffer from bad 
want of place. Therefore the school authorities, for example the Landesschulrat 
(provincial school council) of Tyrol were constrained to refuse on principle 
ft nd explicitly admission of hungarian students to austrian high schools. The 
hungarian high school had to struggle with many difficulties since in Innsbruck 
~other than in Wieoenhof , Hammer or Iselsberg - there are foreign organiza - 
tions with their own floating capital. 

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